Méabh of Hawkridge

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== Persona ==
== Persona ==
A descendant of the Celtic tribal rulers of Somerset, the Dumnonii, Méabh of Hawkridge is a lady in the house of the forester, the Exmoor warden in 12 century Hawkridge, Somerset, England. She has an interest in the pagan religion of her forefathers, much the the enragement of the local clergy, and is a fair hand at textile crafts.
A descendant of the Celtic tribal rulers of Somerset, the Dumnonii, Méabh of Hawkridge is a lady in the house of the forester, the Exmoor warden in 12 century Hawkridge, Somerset, England. She has an interest in the pagan religion of her forefathers, much the the enragement of the local clergy, and is a fair hand at textile crafts.
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Méabh is a member of House Three Sheets.
== Offices & Positions ==
== Offices & Positions ==

Revision as of 18:12, 5 September 2012

Photo

2011
Information
Resides:Carolingia
Status:Active
Awards:Visit the Order of Precedence to access a list of this person's awards.
Heraldry

Lozenge argent, per saltire vert, two blue thistle azure.
Awards & Offices
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Contents

Introduction

Méabh has been involved with the SCA since 2011, at the insistence of her household. Méabh is an inkeep at the Inn at the Crossroads.

Persona

A descendant of the Celtic tribal rulers of Somerset, the Dumnonii, Méabh of Hawkridge is a lady in the house of the forester, the Exmoor warden in 12 century Hawkridge, Somerset, England. She has an interest in the pagan religion of her forefathers, much the the enragement of the local clergy, and is a fair hand at textile crafts.

Méabh is a member of House Three Sheets.

Offices & Positions

None, yet.

Event Staff

  • Assistant, Queen's Tea/Royalty Social, Pennsic 40, August 2011
  • Dayboard Cook, A Day in the Court of Harun Al-Rashid, Carolingia, November 2011

Projects & Publications

  • Co-Authored "A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook", published May 2012
  • Co-founder of Inn at the Crossroads[1], since March 2011

Interests

  • Historical cookery
  • Archery
  • Textile crafts
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